Updated 6th May 2001; 3rd May 2004; 16th April 2008; 6th May 2018; 10th January 2022
Originally described as a tagged shaft with a dividing rock bridge. A 5m pitch reaches the floor. Left leads to a choke after 1m, right to a tight rift. Stones bounce for 5 seconds with a couple of seconds free fall but entry to rift is very tight.
The site was pushed down the tight rift during Easter 2004: A very tight downward squeeze, approximately 3m long, opens out onto the pitch head. Rift opens out into a big shaft, 8 - 10m across. The explorer ran out of rope with another 10 - 15m below. Water can be heard and it "looks very promising".
This was dropped at Easter 2008 as a p40 with a possible p20 beyond another constriction that requires enlarging.
The site may have been inspected (from the surface) at Easter 2018.
See also 0807, 0808, 0809 and 0760.
The constriction above the second pitch was enlarged in December 2021 and work started to enlarge the tight section at the bottom. "An interesting cave with loads of small parallel shafts which all seem to interconnect or are blind. As previously described, the way on is a calcited 15cm wide, 3m long slot with a big drop on the other side."
Reference: anon., 1990b (logbook); anon., 2001a (Easter logbook); Corrin Juan, 2003a; anon., 2004b (Easter logbook); anon., 2008c (Easter logbook); Corrin Juan, 2009; anon., 2018b (Easter logbook); anon., 2021f (Christmas logbook)
Entrance picture : December 2021
Underground picture(s): January 2022
Video: Enlarging pitch head, January 2022 (YouTube)
Detailed Survey : in hand
Line Survey :
On area survey :
Survex file : January 2022